In his latest column for The Wall Street Journal, Walt Mossberg says that Apple’s AirPort Express works as promised, but the device “falls far short” of being an ideal solution for listening to computer-based music in a distant room. Mossberg complains that are too many limitations when streaming music. “You can send the music to only one location at a time, and you can’t play it simultaneously through your computer and the remote speakers,” he says. But the biggest problem with AirPort Express, Mossberg says, is the lack of a remote control. “That’s just unacceptable in a device of this kind,” he says. “Apple hints that it will be addressing this problem in a future version or via some kind of add-on product. But it’s surprising and disappointing that a company renowned for ease of use shipped a music-streaming product without those crucial capabilities.”